Enriching the State of Play: Worship and the Creative Arts

A day of creativity and inspiration - from the Centre for Music, Liturgy and the Arts

5 May 9.30 am - 3.00 pm
Effective Living Centre, 26 King William Road Wayville

Can worship and its preparation be more playful? Does your experience of weekly worship feel more like channel surfing than affective and engaging food for the soul?
Give your worship leadership fresh inspiration by attending Enriching the State of Play. The day will begin with an address by Ian Price who will identify key challenges and opportunities in worship preparation and leadership. Then four gifted practitioners of visual art, liturgy, music and drama will demonstrate ways in which they integrate their art to help worship flow.
Following a catered lunch, workshops will be offered around themes such as setting sacred space, preaching, music, storytelling and the use of poetry.
Along with general principles and creative ideas, you will leave with an example of a spirited service for Pentecost Day; one to share and use.
This will be a hands‐on day for all who wish to further enrich their own community of faith and worship. 

I am leading the workshop on storytelling - other facilitators of the day include Sean Gilbert, Christine Gilbert and Diedre Palmer. 

Cost: $40 ($30 conc) (includes catered lunch) 

Register, or more info: 
Centre for Music, Liturgy and the Arts
193 Brougham Place, North Adelaide SA 5006
8267 2657 (ext 21)
sean@cmla.org.au www.cmla.org.au 


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